No amount of X-Rays and CT Scan seem to point out the pain. The various cross-sectional images, or slices, of the bones, blood vessels and soft tissues inside your body do not let out the reason of pain.
What does one do? Have painkillers since the root cause is not getting diagnosed.
What perhaps could be the problem is the Veins. The Valves of the Vein. They end up being delicate Vein problem like:
- Spider veins: Those are small, dilated superficial veins (also known as telangiectasia). They may be located in different areas of the leg. When found on thighs, they mostly represent just an esthetic problem. However, when located at the ankle, they may represent a serious venous insufficiency. Use VARCO 3 times a day, 6-7 bottles over a period of 36 days.
- Varicose veins: Varicose veins are the sign of a more serious venous disease. A varicose vein is a dilated and tortuous superficial vein with defective valves. As a result, the blood in these veins flows backward. This condition is known as blood reflux. Varicose veins can be painful, or on the contrary totally painless. We can find them on the foot, the calf, the thigh or on the entire leg. If not treated varicose veins can lead to serious complications. Use VARCO 3 times a day, 7-8 bottles over a period 42 days.
- Edema: Edema is the medical term for swelling. The edema of the foot and the ankle occurs when the blood stagnates in the superficial and deep veins in the lower part of the leg. The capillaries can no longer play their role. Water and waste build up in the skin in the lower leg and induce a venous edema (swelling of the foot and the ankle). However, not all edemas are of venous origin. Consult our physician in OPTM Health Care for a proper diagnosis. Use VARCO 3 times a day 5-6 bottles over a period of 28 days.
- Dermatitis: The waste built-up leads to tissue damage, and consequently to inflammatory reactions such as eczema. This is an example of what specialists call stasis dermatitis. VARCO when applied 3 times a day, 5-6 bottles over a period of 21 days can rapidly improve and help heal the condition.
- Leg ulcer: A Venous Leg Ulcer is an open wound that usually forms near the ankle due to chronic poor circulation. The ulcer has a weeping, raw appearance and the skin surrounding the ulcer is dry, itchy, and reddish-brownish in color. Venous leg ulcers are usually slow to heal. In case of leg ulcer please do not use VARCO without consulting our physician at OPTM Health Care.